Our legendary Christmas Quiz will be held this year at the Tramshed Tech on 12 December at 6.30pm. This is your chance to impress your colleagues and friends with your detailed and impressive knowledge of the TV industry. Host Edward Russell will challenge you with both serious and possibly not so serious questions. So get together with up to five colleagues and friends to form a team.
As well as the first episode and a series preview, there'll be a panel with the series' cast and crew – focussing not just on the Welsh talent on both sides of the lens, but discussing how newcomers to the industry were able to get involved.
The Winter King stars Iain De Caestecker as Arthur, in this latest telling of the Arthurian legend based on Bernard Cornwell’s The Warlord Chronicles novels. Filmed in Wales and the West Country by Bad Wolf, it is set to hit ITV’s streaming services later this year.
The screening will be followed by a unique conversation between Russell T Davies and Jane Tranter, as they discuss their remarkable career paths to date.
There'll also be an opportunity to hear from some of Doctor Who's Screen Alliance Wales trainees.
Titled The Star Beast, the Doctor Who 60th Anniversary special features the return of David Tennant as the Doctor with Catherine Tate as Donna Noble.
Up to 20% discount off laptops, desktops, monitors, and accessories. Plus, additional discounts during promotional periods. Access to Dell's highly trained Small Business Technology Advisors to help members with free advice and dedicated account managers.
Hidden on the borders of Dartmoor National Park, Dartmoor Zoo boasts a wonderful 33 acres of woodland, celebrating a wide range of exotic and native animals, including the biggest variety of big cats in the South West of England. From tigers, lions and cheetah, to monkeys, meerkats and tapir, you’re bound to find some of your favourites.
The TV Sports Documentary genre is enjoying a golden age across the world, with all broadcasters and content platforms commissioning a continuous flow of new programmes in this area; historical, observational, investigative or more traditional profiles, Sports Docs are everywhere you look.
And the genre has exploded in Wales too, with the S4C, BBC and ITV schedules all bursting with feature length one-off sports stories and docu-series, plus many of our Indies have been busy making docs for network channels and the streaming platforms.
The Royal Television Society has agreed with HMCA to offer discounted rates for medical plans, dental plans, hospital cash plans, travel and vehicle breakdown plans to RTS Members.
This is your chance to impress your colleagues and friends with your detailed and impressive knowledge of the TV industry.
Tickets are free for RTS members but cost £5 for non-members.
Note: You will need to book tickets in advance
So get together with up to five colleagues and friends to form a team (due to the venue layout teams will be limited to five people each).
The series will be shown on BBC One in the UK later this year.
Join us at the Atrium, University of South Wales, in Cardiff on Thursday 24 November for the screening, followed by a Q&A with the team from Screen Alliance Wales and Bad Wolf – to discuss how this production was produced from script to screen and everything in between!